Пятый уровень

Пятый уровень (Advanced)

Программа по грамматике для пятого уровня

  • Знаки препинания, соединения;
  • Местоимения;
  • Повествовательные предложения в прошлом;
  • Выражение длительности происходящего;
  • Размышления, догадка;
  • Инверсия;
  • Выражение нереальных событий в прошлом;
  • Наречие и обстоятельственные выражения;
  • Условные предложения;

Лексическая программа для пятого уровня

  • Работа;
  • Семья, личность;
  • Лингвистическая терминология;
  • Звуки и голос;
  • Описание книг;
  • Деньги;
  • История в кино;
  • Разговор по телефону;
  • Место и движение;
  • Путешествие и туризм;
  • Мир природы;
  • Приготовление еды;
  • Юмор;

 

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Уровень пятый (Advanced)
Test

Grammar
a Right (+) or wrong (-)? Correct the mistakes in the underlined phrases.
1. He’s my brother’s friend.
2. Have you got a tin’s opener?
3. It was such an awful weather that we decided not to go.
4. She has far more money than I do.
5. What’s the name of the shop where you bought that skirt?
6. It was a so good film that we saw it twice.
7. He’s not nearly as stupid as he looks.
8. A I’d love a wine glass.
B Sure. Red or white?
9. The sky got more and more dark, until it seemed as if it was night.
10. Birmingham is the UK’s second-largest city of the UK.

b Circle the right phrases. Tick if both are possible.
1. The capital city of Japan / Japan’s capital city is Tokyo.
2. I found an old photo album / album of photos in the attic.
3. Come around 9.00. We’ll be at Tom’s / at Tom’s house. 
4. The best ways to hide valuables is in the children bedroom / children’s bedroom.
5. I’ve got so many / such a lot of books that I’m running out of shelf space. 
6. You don’t need to hurry. We’ve still got a few / a bit more time.
7. She’s far more / much more intelligent than her brother.
8. They’re such / so lovely people. I’m sure you’ll like them.
9. Why do you want to buy this bag? It’s twice so / as expensive as the other one.
10. I think her latest novel is by much / by far the best book she’s written.
11. It’s only a few / a little more weeks before we go back to the UK.
12. The book’s end / The end of the book was very disappointing.

Vocabulary
a Write the words for the definitions.
1. _______________ noun a thing you use to cut vegetables on 
2. _______________verb to cook at a very low heat
3. _______________ verb to move sth round, e.g. a sauce using a spoon
4. _______________ verb to fill, e.g. a vegetable with another type of food
5. _______________ verb make liquid as a result of heating
6. _______________ noun a floor of cool air
7. _______________ noun the row of small bones that are connected together down the middle of your back
8. ________________ adj. extremely funny
9. _______________ adj. (of fruit and crops) fully grown and ready to be eaten.

b Complete the sentences with a verb
1. If you’re hungry, there is some pasta left from yesterday. You could ______ it in the microwave.
2. To make an omelette, first break two eggs into a bowl and then _______ them lightly with a fork.
3. When she saw the surprised look on his face she ______ out laughing.
4. Relax! Don’t ______ it so seriously – it’s not the end of the world.
5. We thought that the painting my grandmother left me was worthless, but it ______ out to be a very valuable work by a well-known German painter.
6. It’s cruel to ______ fun of people who stammer.
7. You’d ______ more calories if you did power yoga instead of normal yoga.
8. ______ yourself a realistic goal, and then gradually work towards it.

c Complete the sentences with a word formed from the bold word.
1. He’s a great ______ He’s in the Sunday Times every week.
CARTOON
2. The real ______ of the film is the witty dialogue. STRONG
3. I need to get someone to ______ my new jeans. I’m useless at sewing. SHORT
4. The pole-vaulter Sergei Bubka was the first man to clear the ______ of six metres. HIGH
5. I swam 20 ______ of the swimming pool this morning. LONG
6. Nowadays there are far more female ______ then there was used to be. COMEDY
7. Cover the mousse with ______ cream and then decorate with grated chocolate. WHIP

 

 

 

 

 

Grammar
a Right (+) or wrong (-)? Correct the mistakes in the underlined phrases.
1. He’s my brother’s friend.
2. Have you got a tin’s opener?
3. It was such an awful weather that we decided not to go.
4. She has far more money than I do.
5. What’s the name of the shop where you bought that skirt?
6. It was a so good film that we saw it twice.
7. He’s not nearly as stupid as he looks.
8. A I’d love a wine glass.
B Sure. Red or white?
9. The sky got more and more dark, until it seemed as if it was night.
10. Birmingham is the UK’s second-largest city of the UK.

b Circle the right phrases. Tick if both are possible.
1. The capital city of Japan / Japan’s capital city is Tokyo.
2. I found an old photo album / album of photos in the attic.
3. Come around 9.00. We’ll be at Tom’s / at Tom’s house.
4. The best ways to hide valuables is in the children bedroom / children’s bedroom.
5. I’ve got so many / such a lot of books that I’m running out of shelf space.
6. You don’t need to hurry. We’ve still got a few / a bit more time.
7. She’s far more / much more intelligent than her brother.
8. They’re such / so lovely people. I’m sure you’ll like them.
9. Why do you want to buy this bag? It’s twice so / as expensive as the other one.
10. I think her latest novel is by much / by far the best book she’s written.
11. It’s only a few / a little more weeks before we go back to the UK.
12. The book’s end / The end of the book was very disappointing.

Vocabulary
a Write the words for the definitions.
1. _______________ noun a thing you use to cut vegetables on
2. _______________verb to cook at a very low heat
3. _______________ verb to move sth round, e.g. a sauce using a spoon
4. _______________ verb to fill, e.g. a vegetable with another type of food
5. _______________ verb make liquid as a result of heating
6. _______________ noun a floor of cool air
7. _______________ noun the row of small bones that are connected together down the middle of your back
8. ________________ adj. extremely funny
9. _______________ adj. (of fruit and crops) fully grown and ready to be eaten.

b Complete the sentences with a verb
1. If you’re hungry, there is some pasta left from yesterday. You could ______ it in the microwave.
2. To make an omelette, first break two eggs into a bowl and then _______ them lightly with a fork.
3. When she saw the surprised look on his face she ______ out laughing.
4. Relax! Don’t ______ it so seriously – it’s not the end of the world.
5. We thought that the painting my grandmother left me was worthless, but it ______ out to be a very valuable work by a well-known German painter.
6. It’s cruel to ______ fun of people who stammer.
7. You’d ______ more calories if you did power yoga instead of normal yoga.
8. ______ yourself a realistic goal, and then gradually work towards it.

c Complete the sentences with a word formed from the bold word.
1. He’s a great ______ He’s in the Sunday Times every week.
CARTOON
2. The real ______ of the film is the witty dialogue. STRONG
3. I need to get someone to ______ my new jeans. I’m useless at sewing. SHORT
4. The pole-vaulter Sergei Bubka was the first man to clear the ______ of six metres. HIGH
5. I swam 20 ______ of the swimming pool this morning. LONG
6. Nowadays there are far more female ______ then there was used to be. COMEDY
7. Cover the mousse with ______ cream and then decorate with grated chocolate. WHIP